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The first few months of the year have seemingly flown by and I’ve been awful at posting new content this year (I promise I’m working hard!). It’s taken me until the end of February (oops!), but I’m finally sharing my 2020 planner.
Check out my amazing Biz Babe Happy Planner!
Last year was my first year using the Happy Planner system. When I purchased my Super Mom classic planner, I fell in love. I loved the colour scheme of that specific planner, but what got me the most excited was the vast amount of options offered for all Happy Planners – endless add ins and customization.
Let me show you around my 2020 planner!
Some of my favourite Biz Babe Happy Planner features:
The dashboard layout
My #1 reason for coming back to the Happy Planner brand is this layout. It works so incredibly well for me and everything I do. I can’t imagine ever using a traditional planner layout again. There’s a spot for everything.
Matte black rings
Last year I had pink metal rings, and I notice a huge difference in weight with these plastic ones. So much easier to carry.
Pink watercolour theme
The design is so feminine and pretty – right up my alley.
Helpful items for any type of business woman
As a blogger, I found it really nice that the monthly goals section of this planner included Holidays, especially ones I might forget. There are also business oriented quotes throughout, and the dashboard is a bit different more versatile than it was in the Super Mom planner.
I also got some new accessories this year…
I’m a sucker for inexpensive and girly accessories. I found a few new things this year that are straight from the dollar store.
My current planner accessory lineup:
- Habit tracker add-in (Canadian here)
- Paper mate gel pens (Canadian here)
- Colourful washi tape (Canadian here)
- Tassel paperclips – found in a 6 pack at Dollar Tree (similar here) (Canadian here)
- Magnetic bookmarks – found in a 4 pack at Dollar Tree (similar here) (Canadian here)
- DIY planner pocket – 1 piece of cardstock and some glue saved me $10+ on a pocket for loose papers.